Policy-making at the European level is starting to include voices of young people in decision-making processes, according to Johanna Caminati Engström, Policy- och Advocacy Officer for Plan International EU Office and past writer for FUF.
Av: Johanna Caminati Engström
Several EU institutions are currently working to improve the inclusion and representation of youth in the European Union and especially in its external action agenda, says Johanna Caminati Engström, policy and advocacy officer at Plan International’s EU office. She highlights the importance of EU’s newly implemented work such as the first-ever Youth Action Plan and reflects on its long term impacts.
31 mars, 2022, English, Guest piece, Magazine
Datum och tid: 7 dec, 19:00 - 20:00
Like many other countries, Nigeria is affected by climate change. Rising sea levels, flooding, drought and desertification are only some of the consequences the country is facing. Nigeria is also an oil producing country, which has led to serious environmental problems, especially in the region called Niger Delta. The global climate movement is on the […]
2 december, 2021, English, Kalendarium, Seminarier, Webbsändning
Datum och tid: 1 dec, 08:30 - 08:30
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20 november, 2021, English, Kalendarium, Seminarier